Found a stone's throw from London's only functioning meat market, Bird of Smithfield is set over 5 floors of stunningly-restored Georgian townhouses. Head chef Alan Bird brings comes to Bird of Smithfield restaurant after spending 15 years heading the kitchen at The Ivy, serving up an all-day menu of British cuisine with contemporary twists. Timeless interior design sees the space decked out in Harris Tweed and herringbone fabrics, set against a muted backdrop.
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Bird Of Smithfield
26 Smithfield StreetThe CityLondonEC1A 9LB
- +44 (0)20 7559 5100
- Public transport:
- Farringdon, Underground
Cool place to go on a sunny friday afternoon that's close to work. Wouldn't travel too far for it, but if you're around the City or Farringdon, it's a good place to go to.more
Love this quirky little restaurant!! Been a couple of times now and the food is amazing. Last night I had crab with pearl barley and brandy cream to start followed by Alan's Shepherds Pie which is an absolute must if you ever visit. I love the bar downstairs and they are great with cocktails. I'm a very fussy mojito drinker but can't fault theirs. The staff here are very friendly and are...more
Love this place. The food, from Alan Bird and his team, is delicious. As are the cocktails etc! And I, someone who is careful with my money, think the prices are reasonable, and completely justifiable. Alan is visible and chatty, and I've not had one experience there where the staff have not been smiley, friendly, happy etc. It's like visiting friends. I often wander round this area (where I...more
The furniture throughout the building is very comfortable and coupled with the decor it feels like you're a guest in someone's home. We order our starters. Alex and Antonia go for Ruby salad leaves with Heritage beets, soft goat's curd, cobnuts and pomegranate (£7.00), which I would have preferred with goats cheese rather than the lighter curd. My brother opts for the Crispy Suffolk pork...more
I had a lovely meal at Bird of Smithfield. I've heard from other Yelpers that the service wasn't so great, but I think they've gotten that kink out because I had absolutely no complaints. This restaurant has multiple levels along with a rooftop terrace.
The Hand Dived Scallops were delicious. The carrot and coriander really made a nice complement. The problem with scallops is that they never...more